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Concerns a dispute in the Reformed Presbyterian Synod in Ireland. (Belfast: Moore and Pollock, 1841.)
Topics: covenanters, reformed presbyterians, ulster presbyterians
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Mar 13, 2010 Roberts, William L.
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An Analysis of the Covenanting Reformation Ideals(1853
Topics: Reformed Theology, Presbyterians, Presbyterianism, Calvinism, Covenanters, Reformed Presbyterian
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May 23, 2009 Dabney, Robert Lewis, 1820-1898
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Warfield called Dabney "the most conspicuous figure and the leading theological guide of the Southern Presbyterian Church, the most prolific theological writer that Church has as yet produced." These three volumes of articles and essays vindicate Warfield's statement. "This is not a book to be read and returned to the library shelf," states the well known Baptist minister Al Martin, "rather, as I have found to my own profit, it ought to be read, digested, and kept close...
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Topics: calvinism, presbyterian, confederacy, civil war, theology, reformed theology
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May 23, 2009 Dabney, Robert Lewis, 1820-1898
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Warfield called Dabney "the most conspicuous figure and the leading theological guide of the Southern Presbyterian Church, the most prolific theological writer that Church has as yet produced." These three volumes of articles and essays vindicate Warfield's statement. "This is not a book to be read and returned to the library shelf," states the well known Baptist minister Al Martin, "rather, as I have found to my own profit, it ought to be read, digested, and kept close...
Topics: calvinism, presbyterian, confederacy, civil war, theology, reformed theology
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Warfield called Dabney "the most conspicuous figure and the leading theological guide of the Southern Presbyterian Church, the most prolific theological writer that Church has as yet produced." These three volumes of articles and essays vindicate Warfield's statement. "This is not a book to be read and returned to the library shelf," states the well known Baptist minister Al Martin, "rather, as I have found to my own profit, it ought to be read, digested, and kept close...
Topics: calvinism, presbyterian, confederacy, civil war, theology, reformed theology
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May 23, 2009 Dabney, Robert Lewis, 1820-1898
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Warfield called Dabney "the most conspicuous figure and the leading theological guide of the Southern Presbyterian Church, the most prolific theological writer that Church has as yet produced." These three volumes of articles and essays vindicate Warfield's statement. "This is not a book to be read and returned to the library shelf," states the well known Baptist minister Al Martin, "rather, as I have found to my own profit, it ought to be read, digested, and kept close...
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May 23, 2009 Dabney, Robert Lewis, 1820-1898
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Warfield called Dabney "the most conspicuous figure and the leading theological guide of the Southern Presbyterian Church, the most prolific theological writer that Church has as yet produced." These three volumes of articles and essays vindicate Warfield's statement. "This is not a book to be read and returned to the library shelf," states the well known Baptist minister Al Martin, "rather, as I have found to my own profit, it ought to be read, digested, and kept close...
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May 16, 2009 Brown, John, 1722-1787
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Originally titled A Compendious View of Natural and Revealed Religion 1817 edition.
Topics: systematic theology, bible study, puritans, reformed theology, calvinism
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Apr 29, 2009 Gillespie, George, 1613-1648
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In 1637 Charles I attempted to impose an Anglo-Catholic worship service on the Scottish people. Gillespie's work became the doctrinal defense of the Scottish Presbyterians. So powerful were his arguments that the civil government banned and burned the book. English Popish Ceremonies still has much to say against unbiblical forms of worship which intrude into the church today.
Topics: worship, calvinism, presbyterian, regulative principle, common prayer, exclusive psalmody
The principles upheld in this book are extremely important today, for as the title page notes "When nations are to perish in their sins, 'Tis in the Church the leprosy begins." Begg lays his foundations in the second commandment and deals with all man-made innovations in the worship of God. The four types of innovators exposed are especially interesting, being: 1.) the presumptuous and blasphemous innovator; 2.) the popularity-hunting innovator; 3.) the politic and scheming innovator;...
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Lectures from the 1905 Psalmody Conventions in Pittsburgh and Chicago. Possibly the most comprehensive treatment of this subject to be found anywhere. Articles included range from argumentative discussions of a doctrinal and critical kind (defending exclusive psalmody, the regulative principle of worship, etc.), to broader discussions along historical, literary, and practical lines.
Topics: psalms, psalter, psalmody, worship, calvinism, reformed theology
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Apr 29, 2009 Brown, John, 1722-1787
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John Brown (1722-1787) was a Scottish weaver who became a Presbyterian minister. Although self-educated, he prepared an annotated Bible, Bible dictionary and concordance, and a metrical version of the Psalms. His self-interpreting Bible appeared first in 1778 in Edinburgh and was reprinted many times in both Scotland and America. This is a revised edition.
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Apr 29, 2009 Brown, John, 1722-1787
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John Brown (1722-1787) was a Scottish weaver who became a Presbyterian minister. Although self-educated, he prepared an annotated Bible, Bible dictionary and concordance, and a metrical version of the Psalms. His self-interpreting Bible appeared first in 1778 in Edinburgh and was reprinted many times in both Scotland and America. This is a revised edition.
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Apr 29, 2009 Brown, John, 1722-1787
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John Brown (1722-1787) of Haddington was a leading Scottish minister in the early eighteenth-century. He was a devout Christian, a gifted preacher, and prolific writer of theology. He began life in obscure poverty, without advantage of wealth, position, title, or education. Yet God favoured him with unusual gifts and an enormous capacity for hard work. Brown taught himself Greek while working in the fields. He became a man of deep spiritual experience with skill in preaching the doctrines of...
Topics: systematic theology, bible study, puritans, reformed theology, calvinism
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Apr 27, 2009 Brown, John, 1722-1787
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John Brown (1722-1787) was a Scottish weaver who became a Presbyterian minister. Although self-educated, he prepared an annotated Bible, Bible dictionary and concordance, and a metrical version of the Psalms. His self-interpreting Bible appeared first in 1778 in Edinburgh and was reprinted many times in both Scotland and America. This is a revised edition.
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Apr 27, 2009 Brown, John, 1722-1787
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John Brown (1722-1787) was a Scottish weaver who became a Presbyterian minister. Although self-educated, he prepared an annotated Bible, Bible dictionary and concordance, and a metrical version of the Psalms. His self-interpreting Bible appeared first in 1778 in Edinburgh and was reprinted many times in both Scotland and America. This is a revised edition.
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Apr 14, 2009 Ussher, James, 1581-1656
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In the years 1650-1654, James Ussher set out to write a history of the world from creation to A.D. 70. The result was published in 1650 as the literary classic "The Annals of the World." This famous comprehensive history of the world, originally published in Latin, offers a look at history rarely seen. Ussher traveled throughout Europe, gathering much information from the actual historical documents. Many of these documents are no longer available, having been destroyed since the time...
Topics: Ussher, ancient history, young earth, creationism, western civilization, world history
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Apr 4, 2009 Odeberg, Hugo, 1898-1973
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Hugo Odeberg's penetrating analysis of the all-embracing and distinctive conflict between Pharisaic righteousness and primitive Christianity. New Testament evidence leaves no doubt, the author insists, that the conflict between primitive Christianity and Pharisaism was irreconcilable.
Topics: Pharisaism, Christianity, Ancient Judaism, Judaism, second temple jusaism, church history, ancient...